Understanding the Power of Using WordPress

If you want to make money online, you’re going to need a website. You can pay thousands of dollars to have a company create a fancy looking website that might never get conversions, or you can create one yourself.

By creating a website yourself, you can build as many pages range anywhere from five, ten or even thirty or more pages, which will each list your product(s) or service description and or benefits.

Your goal is to have your website listed in the search engines under each “Title” you named each one of your pages that is listed on your website. You added quality content and good information also including your keywords on each page, to help with your ranking. And now you wait for your individual site pages and your domain name to be index in the various search engines to bring traffic to your site.

This is where WordPress.org has the edge over every other website software out there. With WordPress.org you create your website, just like any other site building software. You build your pages for your particular product and or service, etc., that you wish to promote. WordPress.org, has the edge because the platform lets you send out messages called “Posts” from within your domain name. This is why so many companies and individuals are now using WordPress.

To have a better understanding, I want you to think of it hypothetically, as being like a tree. You have your main tree trunk which you want to keep expanding and spout out healthy branches and leaves. But what gives your tree stability and good health, are all the roots that span out in every direction to sustain its foundation and stability.

Let me try to break this down so it is clearer: You name each individual page on your website or blog with a “Titles”. You may title one of your pages, “Dog training”. You’ve written quality content, added your keywords into your main body text, and inserted a few images, and even an instructional video or two. So now what?

You’ve created a page just like a regular website. This is where using WordPress has an advantage, and why everyone is using it. It lets you peel part of the content from each one of your pages and insert that content into a “Post.” (root). It’s a brief or lengthy description, of what your tree trunk (main site or page) is all about, and what it has to offer its visitors, and why they should come visit your site, or blog.

Each keyword titled “Post” is linked back to your main site. A posts (root) main purpose is to drive traffic (visitors) to your main website. (The tree trunk). And of course the more roots imbedded in the search engines; the more stable and healthier the tree is going to be.

The benefits are that you can write as many “Posts” (roots) to be listed on the search engine as you wish. Each “Post” is listed on the search engines under each keyword title that you have named that particular post, and each post drives traffic back to your main website, or blog (tree trunk), as each “Post” is connected through a link back to your domain name. (Just like roots are connected to a tree trunk.)

Then, still thinking in the format of a tree, if people like what you have written on your website or blog (the trunk) they will most certainly tell all their friends, and your website will branch out in the form of links to other sites, or blogs on the Internet. This completes the final stage of the tree, which are the branches and leaves.

What would you rather have? Maybe, five or ten pages listed on the Internet, or possibly hundreds of posts to expand your tree?

To learn more about WordPress, visit: http://www.learnaboutwordpress.com

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